First it is the insurance CVS Caremark. My son a diabetic uses CVS pharmacy and he likes them. I cannot stand them, but this is not the question you asked.
My son was out of work and insurance while out of work and also when he went back to work he (good ole Texas) was not covered for pre-existing for a year. I contacted Lilly Cares and they furnished the insulin to him. They have to have a prescription from your doctor and they send the insulin to the Dr. which usually has to see you in order for you to receive the insulin. Also try the American Diabetic Association. I do not know of any please else, but if you send to me your email address, at mine firstname.lastname@example.org if I find any place I will let you know.View Thread
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